The multi-billion-dollar fitness industry is bulging with lies and empty promises and the unhealthy secrets are about to be revealed. In Fitness Frauds: Exposing the Truth About Drugs Lies and Flex Appeal author Bobby Whisnand pulls no punches as he takes aim at the deception lurking behind virtually every aspect of the very industry responsible for building authentic health and wellness. This book reveals shocking truths about fitness instructors and flimsy certifications the rampant use of steroids and obsolete drug tests weight-loss scams that shrink only our bank accounts and the food industry's cryptic and misleading labels. The revelations will change the way clients interact with their trainers and the way consumers everywhere view the latest "get-fit-quick" schemes and decide what to put on their plates. Fitness Frauds is filled with thought-provoking anecdotes and eye-opening statistics that drive home Whisnand's point: The fitness industry is grossly out of shape and a lesson on integrity is long overdue.
Bobby Whisnand is a fitness professional keynote speaker and author who has spent nearly three decades using his knowledge expertise and Texas-sized energy to keep the "fit" in fitness.
Endorsed by doctors surgeons and other specialists across multiple disciplines - including cardiology orthopedics and physical therapy - Whisnand has helped more than 7 000 patients with chronic conditions exercise safely and effectively.
Whisnand has multiple certifications as a personal trainer elite trainer and specialist in both exercise therapy and sports nutrition. Additionally he has completed two year-long physical therapy internships and holds B.S. degrees in psychology and biology and created multiple corporate wellness programs.
As a keynote speaker he has given over 500 presentations on health-related topics and has spoken on behalf of the American Heart Association-Dallas at over 60 events.
His abstract "Built in America: Making wellness fit for life!" was published in the 2017 Journal of Obesity and Eating Disorders.